The Remains of the Day, by British novelist Kazuo Ishiguro, is an astonishing novel that tells the story of Stevens, an aging butler, and his journey through the English countryside not only to visit an old work colleague, but also back to his past and examine the person he has become.
C.S. Lewis in his book The Screwtape Letters gives readers a different perspective of temptation: a demon’s.
In his book “Another Person’s Poison: A History of Food Allergy”, Matthew Smith describes how food allergy became a “legitimate” science, and how the relationship between food and health was understood through time.
Verta Mae Smart-Grosvenor tries to tackle the issues of gender, race, and culture, all within the space of the kitchen and context of culinary, in a review of her article “The Kitchen Crisis” by our fellow GDP student Natsuki Noguchi.